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What You Should Know About IVF Mix-ups and Witnessing

What You Should Know About IVF Mix-ups and Witnessing

20:18 20th May 2017 | Medical Negligence

Fertility Challenges IVF Medical Procedure Healthy Baby IVF Mix-Ups Medical Institution Procedural Error General Negligence Witnessing Protocol Cross-Checking Overseeing Specialist Procedures Quality Management System Quality Austria IVF Clinics Prof. Zech

Most couples do not anticipate fertility challenges. It is something almost unimaginable that is only suspected after trying to conceive for a considerable period of time. However, with tests, at least answers can usually be provided and often successful treatment can be recommended.

IVF as a Beacon of Hope

IVF continues to deliver favourable results for couples who struggle to conceive, worldwide. It has become a beacon of hope f...

The Importance of Healthcare Quality Audits in Nigeria

The Importance of Healthcare Quality Audits in Nigeria

07:33 7th March 2017 | Quality Audit

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Reliable, high quality care is very important when it comes to patients’ health and safety. Why? Because people trust medical experts with their concerns, conditions and future wellbeing. If the right programmes and regulations are not in place, quality cannot be controlled, putting many lives at risk. This is not acceptable.

Take fertility treatments for example. Patients seeking help with fertility challenges are already concerned, ...

Is it ethical to transfer embryos before the 5th day?

03:07 12th January 2014 | Embryo Culture

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Fertilisation of the egg by the sperm occurs within the Fallopian tubes during a natural conception. The fertilised egg travels along the Fallopian tube to get to the uterus for implantation on the 5th day after fertilisation.

It has increasingly been shown that implantation rates and hence pregnancy rates are much higher when embryos are cultured to the fifth day before transfer in an IVF treatment cycle.

The risk, of course is t...

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